Kurt Cobain’s crowd-control video resurfaces after Astroworld


The present doesn’t at all times should go on.

Music lovers are slamming Travis Scott by sharing outdated movies of different performers pausing their concert events as a result of chaos within the crowds.

Scott has come underneath hearth after eight folks died at his Astroworld Festival in Houston on Friday evening. Fans have been crushed to loss of life amid a stampede that occurred shortly after the rapper took to the stage. Audience members began screaming for assist, however Scott continued to carry out for no less than 30 extra minutes, finishing his complete set.

Scott’s girlfriend, Kylie Jenner, has defended her beau claiming he was unaware of what was occurring.

But followers are unimpressed — and are resurfacing outdated clips to show that different performers are extra conscious of what’s occurring at their concert events.

A TikTok person who posts underneath the deal with @unholy.alternative shared footage from a 1993 Nirvana live performance exhibiting lead singer Kurt Cobain pausing his performance after noticing an assault happen within the crowd.

In the outdated footage, Cobain out of the blue stops singing, throws down his guitar and runs in the direction of the entrance of the stage after seeing a feminine fan get sexually assaulted.

Cobain and his bandmates made positive the assailant was ejected from the viewers, however not earlier than they publicly humiliated him.

“Copping a feel, hey buddy?” Cobain requested, as the group begins to boo on the man.

“Look at him! Look at him!” he continued, pointing and laughing.

Videos of Nirvana and Linkin Park stopping their reveals after going viral within the wake of Travis Scott’s Astroworld tragedy.
TikTok; WireImage

“No excuses for Travis Scott’s behavior during that concert,” the TikTok person captioned the video.

Viewers concurred, with one writing: “The crowd was literally dark and he [Kurt] still saw them.”

The TikTok person additionally shared a second video, exhibiting the rock band Linkin Park pause a efficiency to ensure their concertgoers have been protected.

“When someone falls, what do you do?” the band’s lead singer Chester Bennington, who died in 2017, is heard asking the group within the undated clip.

“Pick them up!” the viewers responds, with a number of folks coming to assistance from one fan who had fallen down within the mosh pit.

In the wake of the Astroworld tragedy, followers even known as out nation music singer Tim McGraw who broke up a battle at a live performance again in 2014.

According to The Boot, the “Keep on Truckin’” crooner stopped a California live performance to slam followers who have been getting aggressive within the viewers.

“If you stupid son of a b–ches don’t stop trying to fight,” McGraw was purportedly heard yelling at a gaggle of males.

“Don’t be an idiot. It’s country music, man, come on. We’re having fun. We all paid good money, we all work hard — just enjoy yourself.”

McGraw’s perspective seems to be a distinction to Scott’s — who infamously incited a crowd to assault a person at a Swiss live performance again in 2015.

Footage from the Swiss gig reveals Scott leaping into the group.

“Come here, b–ch,” he shouts via his microphone, with the music stopping as he accuses the fan of making an attempt to “take my shoe.”

“Get that motherf—er, get him!” he shouts, telling different followers, “F–k him up! F–k him up! F–k him up!”

Travis Scott can cease a live performance as a result of somebody tried to steal his shoe however not when literal persons are dying and a few of yall are defending him? pic.twitter.com/Vv8U74TYP5

— ⟭⟬MichelleWithLuv⁷⟬⟭ (@sweetdestruxion) November 7, 2021

Scott on Saturday evening mentioned he was “just devastated” by the lethal Houston present.

“Anytime I could make out, you know, anything that’s going on, you know I stop the show and, you know, help them get the help they need,” he mentioned.